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J T McNamara: Jockey 'Stable' After Surgery
"Further scans are planned and another statement will be issued as soon as there is more news."
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Davy Russell set for Cork return after lung injury at Cheltenham
20 March 2013 Last updated at 11:38
Irish jockey Davy Russell is set to return at Cork racecourse on Thursday - six days after a punctured lung ruled him out of the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
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"Shell chief Harman to be named as new BHA chairman
"STEVE HARMAN, vice president of Shell, is expected to be unveiled today as Paul Roy's successor as British Horseracing Authority government chairman.
"Harman has been chosen ahead of other candidates, who include BHA director Nicholas Jones, owner- breeder Nicholas Cooper and former Deloitte chairman John Connolly.
"Roy who has served as chairman of the BHA for six years, officially stands down from the position next month."
J Margaret Clarke Turfcall Comment
Harman (Bloodhorse Illiterate) clearly knows absolutely nothing about the Equus Zone. Looks like the rights and needs of all those who's work creates the Equus Zone every day are going to remain to be ignored to include the horses. Harman has no right to accept this job unless a top proven true horseman from the British Horseracing Equus Zone is found to work upsides Harman, to ensure the safe running of this sport is set in it's true environment perspective and context for the future. Brough Scott minder, in watchdog capacity upsides Harman would address the present dangerous unbalanced plight burdened upon all those who work each and every day to create the Equus Zone to include the horses without whom there would not be a multi billion pound Britiah Horseracing Industry.